The Ministry Team co-ordinates and develops all forms of licensed, lay and ordained ministries within the Diocese.
FELLOWSHIP OF VOCATION
FoV was established to provide a meeting point for those who feel called by God but are not sure to what.yet wish to explore further.
CONTINUING MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT
Video extracts from the CMD session on ministry to children and young people by Ali Campbell, founder of The Resource, March 2017
Moses & Leadership: A talk by Ven Malcolm Colmer, former Archdeacon of Hereford to LMA leaders and Area Deans in Carmarthen, October 2015
Opportunities for Christian Ministry in the Diocese:
The Ministry Team has prepared a series of leaflets describing the different types of ministry, available to download here in English and Welsh.
Lay Reader: exercises a ministry of preaching and teaching within the context of worship, often non-Eucharistic. They are also able to extend this ministry in other ways as their context allows. Some Readers are also authorised to conduct funerals, following appropriate selection and training
Eucharistic Assistant: helps with the distribution of Holy Communion during the celebration of the Eucharist, also known as the Lord’s Supper.
Pastoral Eucharistic Assistant: takes the sacrament of Holy Communion to those who are ill at home or elsewhere, e.g. you might be asked to lead a service for people in a home for the elderly.
Pastoral Assistant; assists the ministry in the parishes in many ways – visiting, listening, organising events for different groups, offering practical help in various ways.
Non-stipendiary Minister (Local) is deeply rooted in his/her churches and communities and called to work as an ordained priest in that place with those people
Worship Leader: assists with the worship services in the church building or elsewhere.